Elisa Magrì specializes in post-Kantian philosophy and phenomenology. Before joining Boston College, she held research fellowships in Germany, Italy, and Ireland, where she taught phenomenology, existentialism, post-Kantian philosophy, and philosophy and literature. She is honorary Associate Member of the CFUL at the University of Lisbon and a Humboldt Fellow at the University of Cologne (Germany). To read more about her work, visit her website.
- Co-organizer of the international workshop "Habit and Social Experience", Dublin, December 2018
- Co-organizer of the international conference "Phenomenology, Empathy, Intersubjectivity: New Approaches", Dublin, May 2017
- Co-organizer of the international workshop "Kant, Hegel, and the Embodiment of Pure Reason", Dublin, May 2016
- Co-organizer of the international workshop "Intentionality and Normativity", Dublin, February 2016
- Co-organizer of the international workshop, "Edith Stein and Phenomenology", Dublin, May 2015
- Situating Attention and Habit in the Landscape of Affordances, forthcoming in Rivista Internazionale di Filosofia e Psicologia.
- Inhabiting the Ethical Life: Habit and Trust in Hegel's Philosophy, forthcoming in Teoria.
- Empathy, Respect, and Vulnerability", International Journal of Philosophical Studies 2019, v. 27,327-346.
- An Inquiry on Radical Empathy and the Phenomenological Reduction in Sartre and Merleau-Ponty, Continental Philosophy Review 51(3) 2018, 323-341.